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    • Fast Firewall Implementations for Software-based Routers 

      Qiu, Lili; Varghese, George; Subash, Suri (Cornell University, 2000-07-14)
      Routers must perform packet classification at high speeds to efficiently implement functions such as firewalls. The classification can be based on an arbitrary number of prefix and range fields in the packet header. The ...
    • On Individual and Aggregate TCP Performance 

      Qiu, Lili; Zhang, Yin; Keshav, Srinivasan (Cornell University, 1999-05)
      As the most widely used reliable transport in today's Internet, TCP has been extensively studied in the past decade. However, previous research usually only considers a small or medium number of concurrent TCP connections. ...
    • On the Placement of Web Server Replicas 

      Qiu, Lili; Padmanabhan, N. Venkata,; Voelker, M. Geoffrey (Cornell University, 2000-07-13)
      Recently there has been an increasing deployment of content distribution networks (CDNs) that offer hosting services to Web content providers. CDNs deploy a set of servers distributed throughout the Internet and replicate ...
    • Optimizing TCP Start-up Performance 

      Zhang, Yin; Qiu, Lili; Keshav, Srinivasan (Cornell University, 1999-02)
      The performance of many networking protocols is dependent on a handful of tuning parameters. However, it is not obvious how to set or adapt these parameters to optimize performance. We believe that this optimization task ...
    • Programming Language Translation 

      Qiu, Lili (Cornell University, 1999-05)
      As programming languages become more and more diversified, there is an increasing demand to translate programs written in one high-level language into another. Such translation can help us more effectively reuse the ...
    • Speeding Up Short Data Transfers: Theory, Architectural Support, andSimulation Results 

      Zhang, Yin; Qiu, Lili; Srinivasan, Keshav (Cornell University, 2000-07-13)
      Today's Internet traffic is dominated by short Web data transfers. Such a workload is well known to interact poorly with the TCP protocol. TCP uses the slow start procedure to probe the network for bandwidth both at ...
    • Understanding the End-to-End Performance Impact of RED in aHeterogeneous Environment 

      Zhang, Yin; Qiu, Lili (Cornell University, 2000-07-13)
      Random Early Detection (RED) is the recommended active queue management scheme for rapid deployment throughout the Internet. As a result, there have been considerable research efforts in studying the performance of RED. ...